A single altered decision during the Silver Millennium brings about an alternate reality; one where Makoto is no longer an only child and the Earth has a Sailor Scout of its own... but with one significant difference....
The Sailor Scout is male....
The threat from the Death Phantom is over and Chibiusa has returned home to the future. Everything has returned to normal and peace is once again restored.
However, the destruction of the towering spire of Black Crystal triggered the awakening of an ancient demon sealed away deep below the surface of the Earth during the birth of the Moon Kingdom.
Now, the Sailor Scouts must piece together the clues received in their dreams in order to achieve what the first five Sailor Scouts of legend couldn't:
To stop this ancient menace for good.
Welcome to the Chronicles!
Chronicles Update - 1/30/11:
The Updated Version of the Prologue and Chapter 1 for Book 1: The Silver Millennium are complete!
Progress: Chapter 89 - 31.5KB
Progress: Chapter 2 Revision - 1.2KB
Other Fanfiction Update - 3/1/11:
The Brooch - Chapter 26 is complete!
Progress: Atonement: Chapter 14 - 1.2KB
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3/1/11: Finally got my new The Brooch chapter from my beta reader, so up it goes. Next in the queue is what you've all (maybe) been waiting for: Chapter 89 of the Chronicles. I'm already working on it, so hopefully I'll have it out soon. No, really.
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